Kyrgios Stefanos Tsitsipas labeled Nick Kyrgios as an "bully" after he was defeated in the first round by an
Australian in a heated "circus" of a third-round match at Wimbledon on Saturday. Kyrgios took the win 7-6 (2) and 6-4. 7-6, 6-3
(7) to advance to the fourth round of the All England Club for the first time since the 2016 season, however there
were the three violations of code handed out during the match. One on Kyrgios for the use of a loud obscenity
and two on Tsitsipas for a foul ball and points. After the match, fourth seeded Tsitsipas stated that Kyrgios is "an evil
side" and was "a bully at school" because of the way he behaved during the match. "It's constant bullying; that's
what he does," Tsitsipas stated. "He takes advantage of his players. He probably was an ex-bully in school too.
I'm not a fan of bullies. I'm not a fan who make others feel bad. "He is blessed with good qualities in his character
too but ... the guy also has a darker aspect to him that, should be exposed, could cause damage and harm to
those who surround him." Kyrgios reacted Kyrgios: "To come in this and claim that I bullied him is simply a lie. We're not made of one cloth.